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't wake up. >> joining us is cbs news legal analyst jack ford and bonnie fuller of hollywoodlife.com. she clearly doesn't have any money because she was in jail a number of years and she has gotten a judgment of a hundred,000 she has to pay. >> it's an interesting statute that florida has and it's not often used apparently but it gives the court the ability to say if somebody is convicted after crime and there are costs we can allocate to that crime, it gives the court the ability to say, you know what? you're going to pay for it. here, obviously, the big question was how do you work out those numbers? how do you decide what numbers she is involved with? and, you know, the judge was sort of solemnesque about this because the government the prosecution was looking for about $500,000 for this. the defense was saying no it's way too much. she should only be required to pay back that portion that can be directly related to what she was convicted of is telling lies not the investigation into the death. the judge came in and said all right, here is what i'm goin
can be paid for the story. bonnie, how much would this story go for and withed it be tainted? does any network or tbe the com that paid casey anthony? >> millions of people followed this case. they were obsessed with it. for that reason, i believe there women be bidding for her interview. however, i don't think she'll get top dollar. she'll get a couple hundred thousand dollars in some way. they'll work something out and then the question is, can she sell a story about her life and what happened? can she get involved in a book deal? i think she'd have a hard time with a book publishing company offering her $1 million for a book. could she get a percentage if she cooperated with an author that did the book? >> that would be a more likely scenario we'll see. >> is this something like with o.j. simpson back in the day where he basically had to sell-off everything, including his heisman trophy. any type of money that casey gets? >> yes. if she gets a job, let's say she gets a job and she's making whatever a weekly salary is, they are step in and say we'll take a piece of that. the same way
forces to capturing the key remaining strongholds in sirte and bonnie walid? >> reporter: after yesterday's assault, they managed to get and capture the sirte airport but couldn't get to the airport and in bonnie walid they retreated at the end of the day. it shows how well dug in the gadhafi loyalists are and how well armed. this morning, ib vertebrahiibras spokesman said they are in charge of the resistant operation. whether that is true or propaganda, seems likely as anybody's guess, but no question that today the rebels are having a think about how they try and capture those last two strongholds. >> elizabeth palmer, thank you. >>> general motors and the united autoworkers union have reached a tentative agreement on a four-year contract. the deal covers more than 48,000 gm workers and was reached last night after almost seven weeks of negotiations. now, it includes incentives for profit sharing, increased health benefits and promises of new jobs. it's specked to serve as the basis for union negotiations with ford and chrysler. >>> in china, 1-month-old white tiger cubs abandoned by th
on a place, carol, called bonnie walid. that's one of the last bastions of support. the rebels are saying you got to surrender or they're going in. there are indications, carol, that suggest the rebels may go in sooner than the saturday date. >>> we'll see. egypt, the former president hosni mubarak. is he still being brought in on a stretcher in. >> he was wheeled in on a stretcher. the trial is happening. what happened a few moments ago, there were major clashes outside the courtroom between families of victims of the uprising back in february and they were throwing stones and they were trying to basically storm the police academy where this trial is being held and then they were pushed back by police with batons. it's a scene outside. you can see there that this is what it looks like right now. but hosni mubarak is facing the death penalty and charged with ordering killings of protesters during the uprising. >> let's talk about the american amman do knox. her appeal in italy resumes today. what do you expect to happen? >> everyone is kind of on their edge of their seats because what happene
like bonnie riddick of lodi, new jersey returned to their homes to find a daunting clean-up ahead of them. >> this is my second flood in five years. i'm getting the hell out of here. so, my whole apartment i can't get back in for like a month, two months, until we gut all the walls, do all the electrical work again. so annoying. >> brown: power outages and flooding also meant that summer vacation will last a few days longer for schools across new england. a number of districts delayed the start of the new school year, which had been set for this week. >> we've got to ensure that we can get them here safely, that we have food products that haven't been perished or compromised by having no power in the school, and that we can get our staff in as well. >> brown: in all, some two million homes and businesses are still in the dark, from new england on down to north carolina. and, as the states continued to tally the damage from irene, president obama declared major disasters in new york and north carolina. he also planned to visit paterson, new jersey on sunday, to view the damage ther
. host: from maryland we hear from bonnie on our republican line. caller: good morning. i don't blame the president for job loss. i blame our local politicians. our governor went to asia, our governor went to asia, hired a bunch of teachers, paid their expenses to relocate to baltimore, all the while they laid our teachers off. now he's going to india. he bragged. we have five companies in baltimore and we have 50 companies in india. he's traveling with businessmen at the taxpayers expense. to me, it would make more sense to hire local rather than go to other companies and pay them to come to our country and take our jobs. to me, this is our politician's fault. it's the locals. it's not the president's responsibility. it's the state responsibility to keep our jobs in our state. guest: now, i have to say i don't know about the conditions and the situation in maryland that you're talking about. but there's no question that state and local governments have been shrinking. they've lost about 550,000 jobs in all over the last couple of years. and so that's one area. states are dealing with
swollen lips and all kinds of chafing and -- and maybe some tears that bonnie will help me get through, but i can do it. i got the willpower. i've put in all the training. i deserve it. i deserve walking up thoon that other shore. how naive of me not to think of these almost science fiction little animals in the water. -- on that first night, this here -- so rude. [ cell phone ringing ] i think it's the gas company telling me my bill's due. on the first night i'm swimming and i'm telling you, i hosted a series called "the great catch of the world" and we went around belize for the jaguar in africa and the lion and the leopard. and then we did the final suit in north america about the north american mountain lion. all of you know if you have a dog occasionally sweet and what not. but if a dog is in a moment of nature when you're near it to chase something, you have forgotten how powerful and how fast that animal is and that we are such pathetic animals compared to the animals -- all the other animals on earth. and that mountain lion, it came at me and it pinned me down. it actually didn
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